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City Road Club Hull | V718 10m TT - Andy V's Wiggo

City Road Club (Hull) V718 Time Trial – Sir Brad & His Minute Man

All images © /   Sir Bradley Wiggins, (Team Wiggins) wearing the World Champion’s Time Trial Rainbow Jersey, competes in the Hull, City Road Clubs V718 Open 10 mile Time Trial. Giving the ordinary time trial rider a chance to up their game against riders of their own level and a reigning World Champion!, on […]

City Road Club Hull | V718 10m TT - Andy V's Wiggo

Sir Bradley Wiggins talks about his V718 TT National Record Attempt

Bradley set the quickest time of 17:58 in blustery conditions, 13 seconds shy of the course record & 39 seconds short of the National Record, held at 17:20 by Alex Dowsett (Movistar). You can view the full Image gallery by clicking here. Bradley’s minute man, Andy Birdsall (Tickhill Velo Club), fended Sir Brad off for […]

Racing at Tameside 2015

Four Years On…

Over the last four years, one of the major regrets that I have had is the sport’s inability to retain female riders.  I’ve seen some really promising talent appear for half a season, never to be seen again, some have been around for even less than that.  Many find the sport hard, or just want […]

Jasmine, Karen & Annie MT

Anglesey Women’s Team Bid for Island Games Spot

In January this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Annie Glover and Karen Ager from Holyhead Cycling Club.  Both had travelled all of the way from Holyhead in Anglesey to attend our women’s race training session in Tameside, just outside Manchester, which I thought was pretty impressive!  But that was just the start… Annie, […]

Giro d'Italia 2015 - Route Map

Ciao! Giro d’Italia 2015: Race Preview

Ever since Marco Pantani romped away on stage 15 of the 1998 Tour to all but ‘win’ the Yellow Jersey to add to his Giro d’Italia title, the Giro-Tour double has sat unclaimed, untouchable, banished to the murky depths of cycling history. However, this year one rider has once again pinned his banner to the […]

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